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K-Heart Sports - Saturday - 05/11/19 - Morning Edition

The Minot State baseball team split a pair of games Friday at the 2019 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Baseball Tournament...

    ST. CLOUD, Minn. - The Minot State baseball team split a pair of games Friday at the 2019 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Baseball Tournament in St. Cloud, Minn. The No. 4 seed Beavers opened the day with a 9-3 setback against No. 1 seed Augustana before bouncing back to win 5-2 over No. 7 seed Northern State to remain alive.

    Augustana led 6-0 after three innings. Wyatt Schlosser lifted a two-run home run to right cutting to the deficit to 6-2 in the fourth inning, but the Beavers could get no closer.

    Michael Borst pushed the Beavers ahead with a solo home run in the first inning against Northern State. Darrel Doll blasted his third two-run homer of the tournament in the fifth to give the Beavers the lead for good.

    Minot State takes on No. 8 Winona State in an elimination game at noon today.


    MINOT, ND - Friday's scoreboard

High School Baseball
    Class A
            Williston 3, Dickinson 1
            Williston 12, Dickinson 2

            Jamestown 16, Watford City 0
            Jamestown 11, Watford City 3

    Class B
            Rugby 5, Northern Lights 4
            Northern Lights 5, Rugby 4

            Bottineau 20, Dunseith 1

            Shiloh Christian 8, Carrington 1
            Thompson 5, Shiloh Christian 3

        Enderlin-Maple Valley Invitational
            Enderlin-Maple Valley 11, Harvey-Wells County 1
            Kindred-Richland 12, Harvey-Wells County 3
            Enderlin-Maple Valley 1, Ray 0
            Beulah 4, Hillsboro-Central Valley 2

High School Girls Softball
    Class A
            West Fargo 10, Minot 0
            West Fargo 10, Minot 3

            Sidney MT 13, Watford City 5

            Bismarck High 11, Turtle Mountain 4
            Bismarck High 15, Turtle Mountain 4

            Bismarck Century 7, West Fargo Sheyenne 6
            Bismarck Century 21, West Fargo Sheyenne 8

            Dickinson 8, Devils Lake 1
            Dickinson 22, Devils Lake 0

    Class B
            Stanley 37, Divide County 30

            Bishop Ryan 26, Glenburn 0

            Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark 6, Beulah 2

High School Girls Tennis
    East-West Crossover
            Minot 4, Fargo North 1
            Fargo Davies 3, Minot 2
            Williston 4, Wahpeton 1
            Fargo North 5, Williston 0
            West Fargo Sheyenne 5, Williston 0
            Bismarck Legacy 5, Wahpeton 0
            Bismarck Legacy 3, West Fargo 2
            Mandan 4, Valley City 1
            Mandan 5, Shanley 0
            Dickinson 4, Valley City 1
            Dickinson 5, Wahpeton 0
            Dickinson 5, Fargo South 0
            Bismarck Century 5, Fargo South 0
            Fargo Davies 5, Bismarck Century 0
            West Fargo Sheyenne 5, Bismarck High 2
            West Fargo 3, Bismarck High 2
            Fargo Shanley 5, Bismarck St. Mary's 0

High School Boys Track & Field
    Class A
        Orvik-Radke Classic in Fargo (Top 3)
            1. Minot, 631
            2. Fargo Davies, 628
            3. Red River, 582.5


    DULUTH, Minn. (MSU) - Minot State's Logan Krueger launched the shot put 14.24m to set a new DII era school record on Friday afternoon at the 2019 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Outdoor Championships. Competition finishes to in Duluth, Minn.



     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Jake Odorizzi stretched his scoreless streak to 20 innings with seven frames of one-hit ball, Max Kepler and Mitch Garver homered, and the thriving Minnesota Twins beat the Detroit Tigers 6-0 Friday night.
     Odorizzi (5-2) retired his last 20 batters after a first-inning double by Christin Stewart, striking out five without a walk while lowering his ERA to a career-best 2.32. The right-hander beat the Yankees in New York with six shutout innings last weekend and defeated the Houston Astros with seven scoreless innings in his turn before that. He has surrendered just seven hits over those three starts.
     The Twins (24-12) have the best record in the majors, backed by a surging rotation and a lineup that's suddenly full of sluggers.
     Garver, part of a trio of catchers who have collectively been the most productive offensively in baseball this season, hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning off Tyson Ross (1-5) for his eighth shot in 21 games. Kepler went deep in the fifth for the Twins, who entered the night ranked fourth in the majors in homers.
     The Tigers, who were shutout for the second straight game and an American League-most fifth time this season, have the second-fewest home runs in the majors with just one by 11-time All-Star Miguel Cabrera.
     Detroit's rotation has been decent, but Ross has been bogging it down. The right-hander gave up six runs in five innings with four walks and one hit batter with only two strikeouts, pushing his ERA up to 6.11. He has allowed four runs or more in each of his last five starts.
     As Marwin Gonzalez beat out an infield single in the sixth, Ross threw wildly past first baseman Niko Goodrum, who bruised Gonzalez's face with his leg as he descended from his jump to try to catch the ball. Goodrum bruised his right knee. Both players left the game.
     Twins: 3B Miguel Sano has been moved up to Triple-A Rochester on his extended rehab assignment for a severe cut on his right heel that has kept him out all season. Manager Rocco Baldelli wouldn't put a timetable on his return, but he made next week sound realistic.
     UP NEXT
     The Tigers will start RHP Spencer Turnbull (2-2, 2.31 ERA), who has allowed only two earned runs and 14 hits over his last 24 innings, in the split doubleheader today that was scheduled to make up the April 12 matchup postponed by wintry weather. LHP Gregory Soto was slated to make his major league debut while taking the mound in the second game.
     RHP Michael Pineda (2-3, 6.09 ERA), who has only one quality start of six innings or more and three runs or fewer out of seven turns this season, will pitch the first game for the Twins. RHP Kohl Stewart (0-1, 7.50 ERA) will be promoted from Triple-A Rochester to start the nightcap.


     HOUSTON (AP) - The Golden State Warriors didn't need Kevin Durant in knocking out the Houston Rockets and advancing to the NBA's Western Conference finals for the fifth straight year.

    Stephen Curry shook off a cold start by scoring all 33 of his points in the second half as the Warriors beat the Rockets, 118-113 to close out the conference semifinal series in six games. Klay Thompson added 27 points for the Warriors, who were without Durant after the All-Star forward sustained a calf injury in the third quarter of Game 5.

     James Harden had a game-high 35 points, including a layup that got the Rockets within three in the final minute. Thompson expanded Golden State's lead by draining a 3-pointer with 36.1 seconds to play. Chris Paul added 27 points for the Rockets, who've been eliminated by the Warriors in four of the last five postseasons.

     Golden State next faces either Denver or Portland. The Nuggets will host the Trail Blazers in Game 7 of their series on Sunday.



     UNDATED (AP) - The Minnesota Twins have the best record in the majors at 24-12 following another strong performance by their ace. Jake Odorizzi stretched his scoreless streak to 20 innings with seven frames of one-hit ball in the Twins' 6-0 shutout of the Tigers. Odorizzi retired his last 20 batters after a first-inning double by Christin Stewart, striking out five without a walk while lowering his ERA to a career-best 2.32. He's allowed just seven hits over a shutout streak that includes starts against the Yankees and Astros. Max Kepler and Mitch Garver homered for Minnesota.

     Elsewhere in the majors:

     - The Athletics pulled out a 4-3 win over the Indians on Matt Chapman's leadoff home run off Brad Hand in the bottom of the 12th. Ramon Laureano also homered and Robbie Grossman had three hits for Oakland. A's relievers Ryan Buchter, Blake Treinen and Joakim Soria combined to retire the final 15 Cleveland batters.

     - Justin Verlander pitched one-hit ball for seven innings and right fielder Josh Reddick made another leaping catch in the Astros' 3-0 shutout of the Rangers. Jake Marisnick homered in the third, and Yuli Gurriel and Robinson Chirinos hit back-to-back solo home runs with two outs in the seventh. But Houston All-Star second baseman Jose Altuve is listed as day to day after exiting in the first inning with left hamstring discomfort.

     - Domingo German became the majors' first seven-game winner of the season as the Yankees topped the Rays, 4-3 to pull within a half-game of AL East-leading Tampa Bay. German allowed three runs over five innings, including homers by Austin Meadows and Ji-Man Choi before the New York bullpen blanked the Rays the rest of the night. Gio Urshela supplied a go-ahead, two-run single in the sixth to make a winner out of German.

     - The Red Sox moved over .500 for the first time this season as Mitch Moreland smacked a three-run home run in a 14-1 dismantling of the Mariners. Rafael Devers and Andrew Benintendi added solo shots in Boston's ninth win in 11 games. Eduardo Rodriguez pitched five-hit ball over seven scoreless innings to help the Red Sox drop Seattle below .500 for the first time since the end of the 2017 season.

     - Randal Grichuk crushed a three-run homer and the Blue Jays ended a season-worst five-game losing streak by downing the White Sox, 4-3. Grichuk's first-inning homer gave Toronto more runs than it scored in three straight losses to Minnesota earlier this week. Teoscar Hernandez added a solo shot to help the Jays overcome Tim Anderson's solo blast in the fifth.

     - The Angels cruised to an 8-3 win against the Orioles as Mike Trout hit a two-run homer and had three RBIs. Andrelton Simmons drove in a pair and scored twice to back Trevor Cahill, who held Baltimore to two runs over six innings. Trey Mancini and Chris Davis homered for the Birds, whose 5-14 home record is the worst in the big leagues.

     - The Brewers extended their season-high winning streak to seven games with a 7-0 shutout of the Cubs. Chicago had won 10 of its last 11 until Ryan Braun hit a solo homer and Gio Gonzalez limited the Cubs to two hits over 5 2/3 innings. Yasmani Grandal and Jesus Aguilar each drove in two runs, and Hernan Perez backed Gonzalez with a couple of nice plays at second base.

     - Adam Frazier opened the game with a homer and Starling Marte singled home the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning as the Pirates nipped the Cardinals, 2-1. Trevor Williams allowed one run and scattered seven hits over seven solid innings. Felipe Vazquez struck out Paul Goldschmidt to cap a perfect ninth and earn his 11th save.

     - German Marquez pitched effectively into the sixth inning and delivered a three-run double while the Rockies scored seven times in the fourth inning of a 12-2 drubbing of the Padres. Trevor Story homered among his three hits for Colorado, Nolan Arenado added a two-run triple and Ian Desmond had three hits. Daniel Murphy supplied a two-run double in the Rockies' biggest inning of the season.

     - Alex Gordon drove in three runs with a pair of homers in the Royals' 5-1 verdict over the Phillies. Homer Bailey gave up one run and four hits in five-plus innings, and Scott Barlow struck out a career-high six in two innings of relief for Kansas City. Jorge Soler added his team-leading 10th home run of the season in the victory.

     - Ronald Acuna Jr. hit a 466-foot, tiebreaking homer in the eighth inning to send the Braves past the Diamondbacks, 2-1. Acuna's eighth home run of the season came after Zack Greinke allowed a run and five hits over seven innings. Dansby Swanson had three hits, and Freddie Freeman had two hits and an RBI for Atlanta.

     - Amed Rosario belted a grand slam while the Mets exploded for eight runs in the first inning of an 11-2 rout of the Miami Marlins. J.D. Davis and Robinson Cano each had two hits in New York's highest-scoring first inning in three decades. Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil also homered to support Zack Wheeler, who struck out 11 over seven innings.

     - Joc Pederson homered twice and Kenta Maeda pitched one-hit ball over six innings of the Dodgers' 5-0 whitewash of the Nationals. Julio Urias pitched three innings of scoreless relief to nail down his second career save, one night after Washington ended the Dodgers' 10-game home winning streak. Anibal Sanchez is 0-6 after surrendering three runs and six hits in 4 1/3 innings, including both of Pederson's homers.

     - Luis Castillo struck out a season-high 11 in six innings and combined with three relievers on a four-hitter as the Reds whipped the Giants, 7-0. Rookie Nick Senzel had two hits, including a two-run triple that put Cincinnati ahead, 3-0 in the second inning. Yasiel Puig added a two-run single while the Reds iced the win with a three-run ninth.



     KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Kevin Harvick claimed his third pole of the season by winning Friday's qualifying at Kansas Speedway. Harvick led a sweep of the top four spots for Stewart-Haas Racing, turning a lap of 179.217 mph in the return of single-car qualifying to Kansas. That was enough to edge teammates Aric Almirola, Clint Bowyer and Daniel Suarez, who locked down the rest of the front two rows for the 400-mile race. Chase Elliott rounded out the top five for Hendrick Motorsports.



     INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Swedish rookie Felix Rosenqvist won the pole for today's IndyCar Grand Prix by beating teammate Scott Dixon in qualifying. Rosenqvist finished with a fast lap of 1 minute, 8.2785 seconds. England's Jack Harvey will start third after making the first fast six and rookie Colton Herta qualified fourth.



     UNDATED (AP) - The Rays reinstated outfielder Austin Meadows from the 10-day injured list for the start of a three-game series against the Yankees. The Rays also placed catcher Mike Zunino on the 10-day IL with a left quadriceps strain that happened in the eighth inning of Wednesday's 3-2, 13-inning loss to Arizona. Tampa Bay also selected the contract of catcher Anthony Bemboom and recalled reliever Casey Sadler from Triple-A Durham.

     In other baseball news:

     - The Rays have acquired catcher Travis d'Arnaud from the Dodgers for cash. D'Arnaud was traded a week after Los Angeles signed him following his release by the Mets.

     - Blue Jays right-hander Clay Buchholz was scratched from Friday's start against the White Sox and placed on the 10-day injured list because of a sore shoulder. Buchholz is 0-2 with a 6.57 ERA in five starts after allowing a season-high seven runs at Texas last Sunday.

     - Danny Farquhar allowed two unearned runs during two-thirds of an inning Friday in his first extended spring training game for the Yankees. The 32-year-old right-hander collapsed in the White Sox dugout on April 20 last year because of a ruptured aneurysm and brain hemorrhage.

     - The Mariners have placed infielder Dylan Moore on the 10-day injured list with a right wrist bruise and called up infield prospects J.P. Crawford and Shed Long from Triple-A Tacoma. In addition, right-hander Chasen Bradford for optioned to Triple-A Tacoma.



     RENTON, Wash. (AP) - Free-agent defensive tackle Al Woods has agreed to a one-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks according to his agency. Earlier in the day, the Seahawks officially announced the signing of defensive end Ezekiel Ansah after the sides agreed to a one-year deal earlier in the week.



     ROME (AP) - Roger Federer has added the Italian Open to his schedule. A day after his three-set loss to Dominic Thiem in the Madrid Open quarterfinals, Federer announced his plans in an Instagram video today. The Italian Open starts on Sunday and Federer has a first-round bye as the No. 3 seed. He'll open against either 37th-ranked Frances Tiafoe or 75th-ranked Joao Sousa.

     Federer is a four-time runner-up at the Italian Open, which he's never won, making it one of the few significant trophies the 20-time Grand Slam winner hasn't claimed. He skipped the clay swing the past two years to remain fit for the rest of the season. He decided to return this year in preparation for his first French Open appearance since 2015.



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